Google AdSense is updating its policies for Chrome Browser on July 9

There are various platforms and a huge variety of options for people to earn money and to get more viewers on their platforms. One of the easiest and quickest ways to attract traffic from the internet is through ads. Different companies use a variety of online advertising to attract new people.

There are different techniques people use to attract viewers. From using SEO keywords to creating unique and interesting captions to make people curious about the link. Whenever you’re surfing on some websites, one of the worst things is the pop-up ads. It’s not that people hate the ads, it’s actually the in appropriate content they display. Most of the time fake spam ads appear on our profiles and a single link can make our systems a victim of some malicious attack. Other than that, there are so many abusive ads that pop up on our system while surfing through any platform. No matter how much we try to remove these ads but instead more ads pop up every once in a while making the users hate the apps.

Google Chrome introduces new policy on ads

In 2018, Google Chrome started blocking the abusive content on some sites in North America and Europe. Starting from July 9, Google will be expanding built-in ad-blocking efforts to other regions as well. Any ad with abusive behavior will be blocked on sites.

Google sending notifications to its publishers

Google AdSense is now sending notifications to different site owners regarding changes of Chrome’s ad-blocking policies. The notification alerts the site owners to ensure their pages are inline with ‘Better ads Standards’ which was developed by Coalition for Better Ads.

AdSense Notifying Webmasters That Google Chrome Browser Will Filter Abusive Ads Starting From July 9

Global Ads Standards

Google Chrome will support Better Ads standards globally for July 9th. Chrome browsers may filter ads if they not according to the standards. The Better Ads Standards currently lists 12 types of ad experiences that are considered annoying by users. Websites failing to meet those standards could get ad-blocked by Google Chrome. Website owners can check the status of their website on Google Search Console. The same Dashboard can be used to request removal from Chrome’s blacklist.

Users can also unblock the ads

If a user wants to continue seeing ads on blacklisted sites they can easily disable the feature. Go to Google Chrome’s Setting and select Advanced option then in 'Privacy and security tab' select Site Settings and from there select the Ads option. Or Simply copy paste this command into your search bar: chrome://settings/content/ads. To unblock ads on abusive sites, users need to toggle the setting for “Blocked on sites that show misleading ads” to “Allowed”.

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